Events & Workshops

Upcoming Events & Exhibitions

First Friday, June 7th

Hours 12 PM -- 9:00 PM


Monstera Painting Workshop with Sophia Hanna!

May 28th, 2024

11:00 AM

Join Sophia Hanna in a semi-private watercolor workshop, to learn how to paint monstera plants from life! We will cover sketching, sight measuring, the basics of watercolor, and more. You will leave class with a complete painting and an awesome sense of accomplishment. This class is limited to 6 spots to accommodate the space, which means you receive a lot of individual instruction!

$100 per person

All supplies and drinks are included in the price.

CLICK HERE for more information and to buy tickets!

Past Events & Workshops

True North Gallery Birthday Celebration

Saturday, April 27

5:00 -- 7:00 PM


Live Theater at True North! GILGAMESH

October 19 - 29, 2023

Come see King Gilgamesh as he discovers joy and loss...sending him on a journey outside of the world itself to find the answer to the ultimate question: why do we die?

$15 general admission at the door or online
$10 students/teachers/medical workers at the door
Sundays are pay what you want, over or under the suggested price

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Our Gallery Grand Opening Party!

Wednesday, October 25, 2023 from 5:00-9:00pm

True North Art Gallery is celebrating being fully open with you in the art community!

Join us for art, art talks, and beverages with your favorite artist co-op.

Be sure to follow us on Instagram for all the details:

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Dark Praise: Falling in Love with the Dark

October 26, 2023 at 6:30pm. Doors open at 6:00pm.

True North Art Gallery is proud to present “Dark Praise,”  an intimate performance and album release with poet Rosemerry Wahtola Trommer and guitarist Steve Law

Flirty. Tender. Electric. Raw. This evening of poetry and music spans the spectrum of human emotions at the same time it explores “endarkenment:” all the ways the dark nourishes us, opening us to creativity, passion, intimacy, revelation, dreaming, receptivity, self-discovery and connection. Some growth and beauty is possible only in the dark. It will be a live-version of the newly released album Dark Praise, which features a cover by gallery artist, Marisa S. White.

An optional donation at the door goes to support the artists and gallery. 

Limited Seating. Max capacity = 20 guests. All are welcome.

Rosemerry Wahtola Trommer co-hosts Emerging Form (a podcast on creative process), Secret Agents of Change (a surreptitious kindness cabal) and Soul Writer’s Circle. Her poetry has appeared on A Prairie Home Companion, PBS News Hour, O Magazine, American Life in Poetry, on Carnegie Hall stage, and on river rocks she leaves around town. Her collection Hush won the Halcyon Prize. Naked for Tea was a finalist for the Able Muse Book Award. Rosemerry has been writing and sharing a poem a day since 2006. Find her daily poems on her blog, A Hundred Falling Veils or a curated version (with optional prompts) on her daily audio series, The Poetic Path, available on your phone with the Ritual app. She is the author of Exploring Poetry of Presence II: Prompts to deepen your writing practice, and her poetry album, Dark Praise, explores “endarkenment,” available anywhere you listen to music. Her most recent collection is All the Honey.

Steve Law focuses on bringing people together through music. As the founder of Sweet Tooth Sound, he enjoys engineering and producing other artists. His most recent album, Clear Above the Clouds, was released in June, 2023. Other albums include Dancer, Old Oak Tree and Steve Law Band. He regrets quitting cello in 9th grade, and has focused on guitar ever since. He’s never won a songwriting contest, but as a frequent honorable mention, he’s still working 

Your Cake Rituals

August 12, 2023 at 6:30pm. Doors open at 6:00pm. 

True North Art Gallery is proud to present:  "Your Cake/ Rituals" an intimate performance art piece by Member Artist Jasmine Dillavou.

This exploratory storytelling performance speaks on femininity, desirability, the rituals set by machismo parameters and the celebration of change.
Cake and razors, champagne and guitar riffs. Feminist n' freaky.

An optional, suggested $10 donation at the door goes to support the artist and gallery.

Limited Seating. Max capacity = 20 guests. All are welcome. Please register here.

About the artist: Jasmine Dillavou is a Boricua mixed-media artist based in Colorado Springs. Dillavou received her BA in Visual and Performing Arts from the University of Colorado at Colorado Springs and has since shown in numerous exhibitions across the United States. Her work often explores themes of visibility within Caribbean diaspora identities. From intimate performance pieces to immersive installations, Dillavou investigates liberation, decolonization and femininity through a personal lens.

After Dark with EJRM 

August 19, 2023. 5:00-9:00pm
True North Art Gallery will be hosting late night gallery viewing hours August 19th. Enjoy beautiful local art accompanied by ambient music from local talent EJRM. 
Wine will be available by donation. 
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Book/Print Release Party

Tuesday, June 20, 2023 at 6:00 - 8:00pm. 

Join True North Art Gallery for an Artists Discussion and Limited Edition book/print release party with Matt Chmielarczyk! He will lead a short round-table discussion and talk about his incredible new limited edition photo book, PRIDE. Prints will also be available for sale.

Free to the public.  Wine will be available by donation, come ready for a laid back and wonderful time!

About the Artist:

Chmielarczyk is an artist/photographer living in COS, his eclectic body of work explores many of the available formats and styles - from cell phone to ultra large format, although his most recent work is addressing the idea that images are images, regardless of the tool with which they are captured, or how they are viewed. He is currently displaying a series of works depicting Drag Queens at True North entitled, "Deus Salve Regina."

About the Book:

  • Limited edition of 25 signed and numbered copies
  • 78 pages, Mohawk acid-free archival paper
  • Book size - 13”x11”
  • Each book comes with (1) limited edition signed archival “companion” print chosen by the collector
  • Print size - 8”x12” image on 9”x13” paper.
  • $300 book w/print + $15 shipping and handling (if applicable)

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